Volunteer with Hospice

Give a “Helping Hand for a Hurting Heart”


Hospice Volunteers Have Helping Hands For:

Reading to a hospice patient Looking at family pictures Sharing a quiet moment or funny story
Taking a special treat Calling to say hello Working in the office
Picking up groceries Painting the nails of a patient Fixing a leaking faucet
Dropping by
“just because”
Holding a hand Singing or playing music
Listening to memories Mowing a lawn Cooking a meal
Sending a card Drinking a cup of coffee Baking a cake
Replacing a light bulb Feeding a pet Touching a heart

Benefits of Being a Hospice Volunteer:

  • Receive the blessings of giving
  • An unselfish act for a person in need
  • Make a difference in the life of a hurting heart
  • Receive gratitude for a lifetime
  • Share yourself and your time to ease a hurting heart


  • No experience necessary
  • Free training
  • Caring heart and ready smile
  • Kindness
  • Taking the time to make a difference

Do YOU have a helping hand for a hurting heart?

If so, please call your local hospice office and become a Hospice Volunteer for Home Health Care of East Tennessee, Inc. and Hospice.

“One Gives Most When Giving of Oneself”

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